Winter 2019 Extension Disease Management Workshops

Extension Plant Pathologists Lina Quesada from NC State and Chris Smart from Cornell join Extension Specialist Mary Hausbeck for a series of Phytophthora and Downy Mildew Workshops for Vegetable Growers at Michigan State University. Phytophthora blight in vegetables and other cucurbits is complicated by the fact that downy mildew may also be a problem. January 23, […]

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Growing New Roots – Vegetable Grafting Webinar Series

The SCRI CAP Vegetable Grafting Project Team presents a monthly webinar series. The January topic was ‘Use of Vegetable Grafting for Soil-Borne Disease Management’ presented by Dr. Frank Louws at North Carolina State University. View a recording of this webinar that was presented by Dr. Frank Louws at North Carolina State University on January 31, 2019. […]

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Resistance to Fungicides in Vegetable Pathogens: Current Situation and Strategies for Managing | Cornell Vegetable Pathology

In her talk, “Resistance to fungicides in vegetable pathogens: current situation and strategies for managing”, McGrath emphasized the importance of resistance management – specifically through monitoring and delaying development of resistance by rotating chemistries. Multi-fungicide resistance remains a constant concern, exemplified by cucurbit powdery mildew isolates present on Long Island that are resistant to 6 […]

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2018 Cucurbit Downy Mildew Epidemic History | ipmPIPE & Melcast update

Epidemic Updates: October 7: First report from ME. CDM has been confirmed on jack-o-lantern pumpkin in a field in Penobscot County, ME. Incidence is 100%; severity is 80%. Estimated date of first symptoms is September 21. September 26: New report from MS. CDM has been discovered on acorn squash, cucumber, watermelon, cantaloupe, and butternut squash […]

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